Is This a UFO On the Bottom of the Ocean?

Swedish sea treasure hunters have found something extraordinary: A 60-foot disc sunk in the bottom of the ocean, with what appears to be 985-foot-long impact tracks leading to it. More »

Could This Be the Design of the iPhone 5?

This is not the iPhone 5. It's claimed to be an iPhone 5 clone made by a factory in Shenzhen, China, right where the actual iPhone 5 is being produced. Could this really be what the iPhone 5 looks like? More »

How to Supercharge Your Air Conditioning

It's hot. Parts of your body are sticking to other parts of your body, and it's horrible. Lucky for you, you've got air conditioning. Unlucky for you, A/C is a real punisher on the power bill. More »

Guess the Cities That Have Been Kaleidoscoped On Google Maps

Google Maps mash-ups are just the breast, aren't they? Especially when they're as time-sucking as James Bridle's Rorschmap, which turns satellite images of the world into kaleidoscopes worthy of being stuck at the end of a plastic tube. More »

World's Most Ridiculous Roof Lies Deep in the Heart of Texas

The NFL lockout is finally over and we can all stop pretending to care about soccer. It's time to revel at the altar of America's Sport in the Mecca of Texas under the world's largest single-span retractable roof. More »

These Never Before Shot Views of the International Space Station Are Breathtaking

What you're looking at are high resolution photos of the ISS taken from the space shuttle in it's final flight. Pilot Doug Hurley took these unique shots of the station's majestic orbit before heading home. More »

This Is Topiary, LulzSec Mastermind (Updated)

Topiary's been unmasked. 18-year-old Jake Davis, the alleged hacker chief behind LulzSec's many prominent internet assaults had his first day before a judge. And if the court's claims are true, the kid's pretty screwed. More »

Doctors: Hot Dogs Are as Bad as Cigarettes

A new release by the non-profit Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine says the processed meat in hot dogs carries a cancer risk on par with cigarettes, USA Today reports. More »